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Mount Mansfield Community TV
May 23, 2022 MMCTV
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Final Racism in America presentation of the 2021-22 series: discussing Chinese and Asian Americans in America with guest Kare Lew Biney-Amissah, former Director of Education at the Museum of Chinese in America in New York City. Recorded over Zoom on 5/18/22. 1 Hour 58 Minutes.
Topics: 76, AASource: MMCTV, History
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UVM Professor of Political Science Alec Ewald, focuses on Constitutional Law, and a better understanding of what may be expected from the newly conservative-leaning Supreme Court re: voting & reproductive rights. Recorded virtually on 4/6/22. 1 Hour 28 Min.
Topics: Racism, Civil Rights, Conservative, Supreme Court, Alec Ewald
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Guests include several officials and experts on State policy, practices and research on how race can affect people engaged with law enforcement in VT. Recorded remotely on 3/23/22, and hosted by Good Shepherd Lutheran Church of Jericho, VT.
Topics: Racism, People of Color, Policing, Public Safety
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Mar 11, 2022 MMCTV
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Hosted by Pastor Arnold Thomas of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, this episode examines what it's like to be person of color mistaken for a Caucasian in society.
Topics: Racism in America, Color, Race, Identity
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Feb 21, 2022 MMCTV
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Pastor Arnold Thomas of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho VT hosts a panel discussion on what it is like for black clergy to minister to the majority of white congregants in VT. His guests are several clergy of color who minister in the state. 1 Hour 43 Minutes.
Topics: Racism in American, Pastor THomas, Good Shepherd, Black Clergy
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Feb 9, 2022 MMCTV
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---No longer available to stream --Stay tuned here for a shorter version of this video.  Barbara Jordan was a lawyer and educator who was a congresswoman from 1972 to 1978 the first African-American congresswoman to come from the deep South and the first woman ever elected to the Texas Senate (1966). The Racism in America forum features a special event (via Zoom) on 1/26/2022, with the Shades of Truth Theatre's play and a Q&A with cast members, including lead Daralyn Jay.  More more info:...
Topics: Barbara Jordan, Texas, Senate, politics, Vermont
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Dec 17, 2021 MMCTV
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Two local high school students of color are Pastor Thomas' guests for a discussion on their experiences being young & black in Vermont.
Topics: Racism, BIPOC, Pastor Thomas, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Students
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Don Stevens, Abenaki Chief of the Coosuk band in Vermont, is the guest of host Pastor Arnold Thomas of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho, VT. Held 11-17-21
Topics: Racism in America, Native, Indigenous, America, Abenaki, Chief Don Stevens
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Oct 29, 2021 MMCTV
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Recorded remotely and hosted by Good Shepherd Lutheran Church of Jericho, VT on 10/27/21. UVM Prof. Alec Ewald discusses changes in voting laws within the US following the contentious 2020 election, why they were enacted, and how they could affect future statewide & national elections re: people of color.
Topics: Racism in America, Prof. Alec Ewald, Voting, Elections, BIPOC
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Oct 18, 2021 MMCTV
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Kathryn Dungy, Chair of the St. Michael's College History Dept. shares her perspective on this controversial topic as it relates to an analysis of American history from the understanding and experience of oppressed peoples. Hosted once again over Zoom by Pastor Arnold Isidore Thomas of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho, VT.
Topics: Racism in America, CRT, Critical Race Theory, Professor Dungy
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Sep 21, 2021 MMCTV
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How far have we come as Americans in confronting racism? This is a topic that remains so intimidating and painful that we prefer not to talk about it in public for fear of what we might say or reveal, or how others might see or treat us. The Racism in America Forum will focus on both Vermont and the nation with the intent of providing a model for each state to address its own history pertaining to racism and bigotry, influenced by a bias narrative, perception, and attitude toward people of...
Topics: Racism, Vermont, USA
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Sep 10, 2021 MMCTV
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0:00 Call to Order; Agenda Adjustments 0:03 Public Comment         Town Administrator Updates:                         Communications Disclosures Outside of Public Meeting 0:07 UJFD Joint Meeting w/ Jericho Selectboard 0:12 Sidewalk Update 0:14 Highway Dept. Updates 0:30 CCRPC Annual Report 0:56 COVID-19 Discussion 1:04 Approve Minutes of 8/30 and 9/1/21 1:07 Consider Adoption of 2021 Town Plan as         Presented at 8/30 & 9/1 Selectboard Hearings 1:20...
Topics: Underhill, Selectboard, Petition
Mount Mansfield Community TV
May 20, 2021 MMCTV
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State Representative Kevin Christie, and Senator Kesha Ram discuss recent Vermont legislation, from the perspective of the priorities of the Social Equity Caucus, which was formed in 2019 by Vermont state senators, representatives and citizens
Topics: Social Equity, racism, Vermont, legislation
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Apr 29, 2021 MMCTV
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Vermont's NAACP Leaders Featured at April 28th Racism in America Forum: Steffen Gillom, President of Windham County NAACP, and Mia Schultz, President of Rutland County NAACP, will share their thoughts regarding priorities, major issues and concerns of Black Vermonters.
Topics: Racism in America, NAACP, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Apr 1, 2021 MMCTV
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A virtual discussion of racism in the context of a nation-wide organization trying to bridge the Blue/Red divide. With Peter Bell, Amania Drane, Carlos Hernandez, Shanna Ratner. Held  3/31/21. 
Topics: racism, US, Vermont, Braver Angels, politics
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"Is there A Future for Black Entrepreneurs in Vermont" is the topic, with panelists Leslie McCrorey Wells and Al Wakefield. Sponsored by the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, The Vermont Racial Justice Alliance and MMCTV. 
Topics: Vermont, diversity, racism, business
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Feb 24, 2021 MMCTV
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A shorter version of the Racism in America's MLK Day presentation, featuring the promo trailer of Harlem's Shades of Truth Theater's virtual play "If He Had Sneezed." Recorded remotely on 1/13/21.
Topics: Martin Luther King, Shades of Truth, Theater, Racism in America
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Jan 28, 2021 MMCTV
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Hosted virtually by Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho, the series is co-sponsored by the The Vermont Racial Justice Alliance and MMCTV. In this discussion, new, young legislators discuss racial equity challenges in VT. Special guests are Kesha Ram (Dem.), Corey Parent (Rep.), and Taylor Small (Dem./Progr.). The event is moderated by Reverend Dr. Arnold Isidore Thomas, Pastor. 
Topics: Racism in America, racial equity, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Legislature
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Dec 7, 2020 MMCTV
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Recorded remotely via Zoom on 12/1/2020, two local African American high school students share their experiences of living and going to school in Jericho, VT. Hosted by Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho, VT and Mt. Mansfield Community TV.
Topics: Racism, Good Shepherd, BLM, Racial Equity
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Remote recording of public forum held 11-11-20 featuring speakers Bor Yang of VT Human Rights Coalition, Kesha Ram, a VT State Senate Candidate; and Tyeastia Green, Burlington's Dir. of Racial Equality. Hosted by Pastor Arnold Thomas of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho, VT.
Topics: Racism in America, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Pastpr Arnold Thomas, Racial Equity
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Nov 11, 2020 MMCTV
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Rev. Dr. Arnold Isidore Thomas, Pastor of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (Jericho, VT), gives an overview of the third year of this forum. MMCTV is the media sponsor of this series. Links to previous Racism in America videos can be found here on Internet Archive, or at MtMansfieldCtv.org
Topics: racism, Vermont, diversity, dialogue
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Oct 19, 2020 MMCTV
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Second in this fall's Racism in America series, titled "Racism is a Public Health Crisis", and hosted remotely by Pastor Arnold Thomas of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho, VT. 10/7/20 Guest speakers representing the City of Burlington's efforts at racial equity are: Rev. Mark Hughes - Executive Dir. Justice for All; Zoraya Hightower - Councilwoman for Ward 1; Max Tracy - City Council President (Ward 2.)
Topics: Racism in America, Racial Equity, Pastor Arnold Thomas, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Sep 25, 2020 MMCTV
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Commemorative markers were placed acknowledging and honoring the lives of Lavinia and Francis Parker, enslaved members of Lucy Caroline Hitchcock’s (Ethan Allen’s daughter) household at the Ski Rack in Burlington, the former site of the Allen homestead.  This event, held 9/13/20, is the first in the Racism in America series, the third such series by the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. It is sponsored by the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, the Vermont Racial Justice Alliance and Mount...
Topics: racism, Vermont, history, slavery
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Mar 23, 2020 MMCTV
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PArt 8 in the ongoing series "Racism in America" hosted by the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho, VT. Guest speaker is Sherwood Smith, Dir. of the Center for Cultural Pluralism at the University of Vermont. The topic is exploration and discussion of the issue of reparations for the national black community.
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Topics: Racism, Sherwood Smith, Reparations
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A presentation by Mark Hughes (Founder and Executive Director of Justice for All Coordinator/Vermont Racial Justice Alliance) on February 25, 2020, sponsored by The Vermont Racial Justice Alliance and Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, where the talk was held in Jericho, VT. The talk was moderated by the Rev. Dr. Arnold Isidore Thomas, Pastor
Topics: Jericho, Racism, Vermont
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Feb 10, 2020 MMCTV
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Part 6 in the 2020 Racism in America Series, hosted at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho, VT. Speaker is Teresa Mares, Univ. of Vermont Associate Prof. of Anthropology.
Topics: Racism, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Teresa Mares
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Part 5 in the 2nd year of the Racism In America series, hosted at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho VT. The presentation is by Mark Hughes, Founder and Executive Director of Justice for All, and Coordinator for the VT Racial Justice Alliance.
Topics: Racism in America, Mark Hughes, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Jan 21, 2020 MMCTV
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Part 4 in the Racism in America Series, hosted by the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho, VT. This presentation is entitled "The Future of Social and Legal Policy in a Majority People of Color Country" presented by Xusana Davis, Vermont's first Director of Racial Equity.
Topics: Racism, Good Shepherd, Xusana Davis
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Dec 12, 2019 MMCTV
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A talk by Imam Islam of the Islamic Society of Vermont, held 12/3/19. It is the third in the 2019 edition of a "Racism in America" series of lectures hosted by The Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho, VT.
Topics: Racism, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
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A talk by Daimeyon Williams, Director of Spectrum’s Multicultural Youth Program, Burlington, VT.  From the second season of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church event series, this Part 2 was recorded 10-22-19 in Jericho, VT.
Topics: racism, Vermont, incarceration
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Sep 25, 2019 MMCTV
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The second round in this lecture series has begun, led by Paster Thomas of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho, VT on Sept. 19, 2019. The topic for this one is "What Is Vermont Doing to Combat Racism?" With Attorney General TJ Donovan, Ingrid Jonas (VT State Police), Sen. Debbie Ingram and David Scherr. 
Topics: Racism, Lecture, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Jericho
Mount Mansfield Community TV
May 15, 2019 MMCTV
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The 9th and final installment of Racim in America talks, hosted by Rev. Thomas of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho, VT is titled: "The Browning of America: Reconciliation or Retribution?"
Topics: AASource: MMCTV, History, racism
Mount Mansfield Community TV
May 8, 2019 MMCTV
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The eighth "Racism in America" series at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, in Jericho, VT was entitled: "Is Race a Social Construct? And Why Does It Matter? Dr Debra Leonard, Department of Pathology, UVM Medical Center was the presenter. Human genome research has challenged the notion that white people evolved from a separate Arian ancestry with the proposition that all humanity evolved from a common ancestry that originated in sub-Saharan Africa. Such research also suggests that...
Topics: Racism, Vermont, America
Mount Mansfield Community TV
Apr 10, 2019 MMCTV
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"What Did an African American President Reveal about American Racism" is the topic of a talk by Nikki Khanna, Professor of Sociology at the University of Vermont. The talk was a part of a series at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho, VT.
Topics: Racism, Vermont
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Sherwood Smith, Ed.D, Director of the Center for Cultural Pluralism at the University of Vermont presents the talk "Power, Privilege and Prejudice: The Present-day Infrastructure of Racism and Oppression" at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, in Jericho, VT.  --ITEM CURRENTLY BEING UPDATED -- PLEASE CHECK BACK AGAIN SOON--
Topics: racism, America, oppresssion, Jericho, VT